Extended Stay America - South Bend - Mishawaka
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... region 'stamp' in my Senior Passbook - a way to keep track of each National Park that I visit.
We're now into Indiana and were able to locate a campground just 3 miles across the border in Michigan. Thankfully we entered this area after the Notre Dame football game had begun or we would have encountered a highway full of anxious fans heading toward South Bend.
Mileage: 289 miles today / 1001 miles total
Have traveled across the northern part of Ohio toward Indiana. Staying in Niles, Michigan tonight as South Bend was booked. Are headed for Indian Dunes National Park and from there the American Pickers shop in LeClair, Indiana. The American Pickers shop should be a ...
... Still trying to understand the distinction. Went to the Circuit Court House. Does State law - crime and civil. Hosted by a lovely Judge. Watched a few civil motions (preliminary style hearings). One advocate wore a BOW TIE. WTF.
Then had a private tour of the court. Far nicer than our courts...
Then we had a lovely lunch hosted by the South Bend Inn.
Then we went to the Federal Court. Beautiful ornate building - art deco, marble and ...
... Drive took 2 hours but an enjoyable 2 hours chatting with our host from the American Inns of Court - we discussed Obama, gun laws, radical religion, born again Christians and the apparently quirky system of the English Bar ('no I don't work for a law firm' will be the phrase on repeat this trip!)
South Bend appears to be very lovely. I am quite taken with it, even though I now have my first mosquito bite (ironic considering I have left swamp ...
... cob which Andrew and I had fetched. Cheryl only likes the baby newly picked sweet corn cobs. They are famous for it in Indiana. I found it to be lovely and sweet. We sat out until midnight. Discussing logos of different topics. Reminiscing too. We really enjoyed it it was a real ...